Bio for 2020

She has been a teacher, a counselor,
an Arts Resource teacher specializing in creative dramatics for children, and after embracing her muse after retirement-a writer of poems, memoir, fiction, opinion, and essay. When her muse goes into hiding she journals until something jolts the muse back into being. She is old now, thinks young and feels strangely out of synch with today's society. She wants to write poetry to address this dichotomy.

Reason for signing up:

I'm not sure. The idea of joining other poets in writing a poem a day feels hopeful The strange new world emerging from the pandemic compels us to" look at everything" as though seeing it for the first time", and as Sister. Corita Kent said in the sixties, it "takes courage". I hope I am up to the challenge.


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